Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn LEAVES the Oppenheim Group

Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn LEAVES the Oppenheim Group following the Netflix series’ very dramatic fifth season

Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn has officially left her brokerage, the Oppenheim Group.

A source confirmed her departure from the firm to Us Weekly, saying, ‘It was Christine’s decision to leave the Oppenheim Group.’

The Netflix star, 33, was in hot water with the company at the end of the very dramatic season 5, which appeared to show Quinn attempting to bribe one of her fellow real estate agent Emma Hernan’s clients.

leaving! Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn has officially left her brokerage, the Oppenheim Group, with a source confirming ‘it was her decision’; Pictured Dec 2021

The Netflix ‘villainess’ has since been removed from the real estate company’s website, with only one group photo of her remaining.

The Texas native recently blasted the show for allegedly faking storylines, minutes before its recent season five premiere.

’30 minutes till the launch of #SellingSunset,’ she posted on Thursday night. ‘Enjoy the new season and all of it’s 5,000 fake storylines!’

It appears that the allegedly fake storyline concerns a ‘$5,000 bribe’ fellow Selling Sunset realtor Emma, ​​30, claims Christine offered in order to steal one of her clients.

Trouble: The star, 33, was in hot water with the company at the end of season 5, which appeared to show Quinn attempting to bribe one of her fellow real estate agent Emma Hernan¿s clients;  L to R Chelsea Lazkani, Jason Oppenheim, Quinn, Brett Oppenheim

Trouble: The star, 33, was in hot water with the company at the end of season 5, which appeared to show Quinn attempting to bribe one of her fellow real estate agent Emma Hernan’s clients; L to R Chelsea Lazkani, Jason Oppenheim, Quinn, Brett Oppenheim

In an interview with E! News, realtor and co-star Mary Fitzgerald, 41, discussed the serious accusations, calling the alleged offer ‘completely unethical,’ and potentially ‘illegal’ had a document been signed.

‘If Emma had had the listing agreement signed already, which she was getting ready to, it would be illegal,’ Fitzgerald explained.

‘So [Christine] would lose her license, she would lose everything. But the listing agreement for this particular property wasn’t signed just yet, luckily. Otherwise, she would have legal issues.’

Serious: In an interview with E!  News, realtor and co-star Mary Fitzgerald, 41, (left) discussed the bribe accusations, calling the alleged offer 'completely unethical,' and potentially 'illegal'

Serious: In an interview with E! News, realtor and co-star Mary Fitzgerald, 41, (left) discussed the bribe accusations, calling the alleged offer ‘completely unethical,’ and potentially ‘illegal’

Fitzgerald added that the conduct was not something that would be acceptable for the brokerage.

‘We pride ourselves on our integrity and the way we treat clients and the way we treat each other and we can’t have this at our brokerage. It’s just – it’s not okay.’

Earlier this week, Christine did not attend the Selling Sunset reunion citing Covid as the reason for her absence.

Not okay: Fitzgerald added that Quinn's conduct was not something that would be acceptable for the brokerage: 'It¿s just ¿ it¿s not okay';  Pictured 2021

Not okay: Fitzgerald added that Quinn’s conduct was not something that would be acceptable for the brokerage: ‘It’s just – it’s not okay’; Pictured 2021

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